Apple appears to have begun shipping its new 27-inch Thunderbolt Displays to stores this week giving hope to anxious customers that have been waiting almost two months for the new monitor.
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Rob, Tom and I discuss Steve Jobs taking his third medical leave, the imminent launch of the vaunted Verizon iPhone and we play "What's on your Mac?"
Rumors were running rampant that iOS 4.2 was imminent because a "GM seed" version had been distributed to developers -- but now it appears to be pushed back at least a week or two.
Wired magazine has an article on the iPhone network meltdown. Not surprisingly, AT&T blames the iPhone's insatiable appetite for bandwidth, but to hear AT&T tell it, it's just as much Apple's fault.
Fring's updated app allowed iPhone 4 owners to make unrestricted 2-way video calls to Skype on the desktop, but now it doesn't because of a kerfuffel between the VOIP heavyweights. This one is a draw and the loser is the customer.
iPad sales top 1,000,000 according to an ad network tracking iPad cookies.
iFixIt tears down the Chumby One, a widget-based, touchcreen Internet appliance.
A gallery of several angles of the new Droid handset by Motorola powered by Google Android 2.0 (a.k.a. Eclair) running on Verizon Wireless. The last several photos show the Droid side-by-side with the iPhone for comparison.
Previously I posted two ways to boot "capable" Macs (other than the Xserve) into 64-bit Snow Leopard: either a) hold down the 6 and 4 keys at boot or, b) edit the Kernel Flag string in the com.apple.
If the current developer seed (build 10A432) of Snow Leopard is indeed the Golden Master version (as has been highly rumored) only Xserves will be able to boot into 64-bit version of Mac OS 10.6 by default.